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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1870)
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SABlw AmimniVcatjon fi'rst and third Nat-
. I. O. O. F.
I. O. G. T.
BTlOU'X VILLE IDUE Xo. 20, 1. 0. . T. meets
every Friday evening. r w & x.
TnrBYTFniAX CIirnCIT.-Services each
cJhU. t W a. J!' P- m-, Prayer Meet-
' inUlay evening Sabbath School At 2
oviock p. m. T Baibh, rastor.
VFTJIOMST K. CHrKCII.-SenlceachSao-.
J. m l'raver Merlin Thursday evening.
r unlrs cnrnni-KPISCKJPAL-Corner At
'lMit r nd rroii.l rwjH. rvlcut every Sunday
I. at W. - o'cliK-k. Sunday Scliwl at '
OnmunkHi administered on the Rstl Sunday of
-urnonm. O. R. DAVIS. Rector.
rtit-wTT rvrnr Fourth and Atlan-
Vervlce. every Sabbath xceirt tlie third
month ul 11 o'clock a. . and 7 o'clock r. u.
"S rt 10 a. m. Prayer Meetln Wed-
T. 8. LOWE. Pastor.
Arrival aad Departure of ike Malls.
yorlliern, Kastcrnand Southern departs at ta.
1.. Mrr1 ve at S p. m.
iiiiin Mail arrive at H p. m.: deporta at a. m.
v.ni Mail arrive Hi 10 ni.: lcjartf at IS p. m.
xwi-k-h Mall arrives Monday. Weduemla-a and
yridlijTiBtPt p.m.: ricimm Tuesday, Thursday and
" liM75 Friday at 4 p. m.; depart
oc? 1'." from 7 a. m.. to 7'; r. m Sun
ilxj Jroni lo to 10', a. ni. W. A. 1"OLOCK, r. M..
Time Table St. Joe. and C- R. It. R.
On M.dafl.-r May 23d, Trains will leave Phelps
MAtHHi a follows.
rawnirer I-eave... ll:2 a. in.
"a'iiKer....I"ive... a. m.
Vw.tiit....-..Ive... 1:4 P- -
J:'27 p. m.
JTKi p. 111.
MhII trainn dully except Sunday.
lilv except Monday.
;iiiil'v ex'-ept huiturday.
I9-Jndt Holers' Omnihus leaves Brownville for
Or lx-liot HUa.nL and VI in., daily.
Vlooal,' matt Kits.
J. L. Colhapp, Editor.
TIU KSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1870.
. If you wiut n g.KnI SjiJdle or sot or Ilar
iicm, go to llaiicr.
Cord awd Tassels in almuJanee, at Ilan
Diiford fc McFhII'k.
II. C. Lett has constantly on hnnl a rure
jfortincKt of ;ire lrzs and MeUcliien.
Relief to the Poor I II Six Ixwves of
Bread for Z" c t., at t lie t 'it y Kakery !
Tlie Weather is tn lid and a little thnwey.
Momluy and Tucslay were very spring like.
Metalle Hnrlal Cases. Ilannaford &
JUcKull have a tK-antlful lot of Metalic Durial
Ths Commissioners, at their sejiKlon last
week, appointed .John Maxwell Suprinten
dent of the Poor Farm of this county.
Kot it a 47C-flcht. stahhinc alfrny,
child run iver, or a man through thelcc.dls
turlm the inonotoiiy of dull times for locals
J. S. Iletrel has Just returned from Te
ruiiiM'h, where ho lotind Ills hrnnch hous
doinjj a jomI busIuetiK. Ills Mj le must pros
Johnson 4s, Cm., you know, sell aolow,
Uiat 4 here's the U-sl i-locc to jro to luy Gro
eprles and Calico, and Woolen IUankets ns
white as snow, so low. "Jest so."
Picture Frames and Mouldings, all
tylsand hkk, at liatinaford ti Mcr nil's;
and they have workmen who cull put them
logo! Iter the neati-M in the world.
The Ilrownvllle Congress will hold Its
next Hession in the oltlee of Jlewett &. New
man, m-xt Satunhiy evening. A general at
tendance is particularly requested.
Tha Contract for rebuilding the Fisher &
31nllnn hrldges was last week let to C. V.
AVUeler, anl -will be pushed along to eom
. Viet ion hh rapidly as tlie weather will per
Jnit. P.' A. Tlsdel, of this city, is having quite
. a nuinher of luifis out up and fiacktNlat Hugh
liaker's meat nmrket, on Maln-st. They are
as fine an average lot of hogs as were ever
cut op lu this city.
Billy Pastnr and the-Tyrolean VnrMers
anet with very .poor siu-ee at their con'erts
last TliUrsday and Friday evenings. Their
talents were of too high au order to be appre
ciated : that's all !
' . A XT Xoe Ilonse Is being constructed
In the rear of therein Saloon. Qulteanutu
Ikt of parties will put up ice this winter.
Tills now house will be handily located for
IhctnuiReiemt let! custom. Oood thing.
. C. M. Stroke., sticeesaor to Chas. Xlelmer,
lloot and shoe Maker, Is keeping up the rep
utation of this ahon for cooil tits and No. 1
work. C'Uok. Jiolmor is with him, and nil his
old eustoim-rs will lie accommodated as here
Change In ?Iall Arrangements. Be-
eansent n ehnngof time on ihe!t. Joe, and
It. ILtillrisid. all niails for the east or north
V-rvo at 'rof4c. A.-M. letters, to insure
4heir going, rauK ie In bj' ) o clock.
V arc glad Ut wieet again, DeForest Por
W. He and his wife have been on a visit to
Xew Verk, and Uvejust returned. Theyare
wplctn. Mr. Porter resumes the desk in
tlie ottloe of the U. S. Assessor in this place.
We Jfotle oar new city marshal, K. C
Berger, is giving attention to the places wash
1 out on Main street, and is having the gully
hi Main, iwtwecu Kid nnd 4th streets, tllletl
up In a rnaxnr vhlch leiuls us to hope that
it will not wash out again.
Daaee at Pari pa. We learn that W. M.
Stevens l'roprietor of the Phelps House,
1'lielpscit.r, Mo., gives a dance at his house
this, Thursday eveuing. He lias the reputa
tion of getting up a very enjoyable dance,
ithgood music and edibles. 'e hope his
attendance from here will be large.
"Man Is but of a lew days, and his nights
r full of trouble, which is a great deal
worse;" nnd the only way to lengthen his
Jnys, and give him sound, refreshing slum
"er, is to pureliasc his Irugs, Medlciuec, etc.,
1. II. Ix-wjs & Oi., which will ensure him
tlie "pure truck," prepared in the liest phar
Jiiaceutlcsl st le, aud as low for cash as it can
t sold. lU-member, HolUday's old stand.
Bier iiHe.A regular Oerman Reer Hall
nan been o)tetied within the past week, bv
'nrn ScJirlner, two door east of J. W. Mld
lnon's Saddler shop. Like the syrcne of
"1, one may nightly hear the soul stirring
l T 1 0 a cracked harmonlcum, Inveig
eilnn t unwary passer by to where tlie glo
rious Tn tonic leverace is constantly making
it worshipers "yousl so ft as matehea,"
The Germans, ns a general thing, are
r-etty sharp tnulers, and exhibit their
, dness by buying where they can get the
"t orticle lor the least money. We are
P,'ae4 to ae thst many litre found that
F'nee to be at McPherson Tuttle's ; and we
Anow thoy will not be disapnolntexl. Their
U lul' n1 compete, and will utlU anv
i n anything they may need, at rates that
bound to suit.
tfT11"111 lo Cyrus A. Tolock, for the dona
""n f a baKket of Fall llpplns and Pears,
th . "fcfe lovely to tehold and luscious to
J'e, He Is determined to have ail the
t' i things for aale at the postoiyoe; and to
j' ; i end keeps on hand Just such Apples and
ir" make one's mouth water. Helms
L,V'nnestock of Ierh.iicals and Weekly
1,'', Motions. Caudles. Nuts, etc. The
Ui ! IT? U th0 Pla. n4 Cyru the iaon, to
ar delivered at MePherson'a
, r lilsit evening, a very entertaining lec-
li.-f iiJr''? l'hn-nology. Physiology and the
tta, ' ",Art, The lioctor Is a thorough grad
ni J. e Hcl,n! which Ire lectures upon,
trom m n thc Innn" A"erlns testimonials
hv Lu. ,m'KK we have I O dubt of his nl.il
Wan rpt an1 ,n'tru-t- his audience. He
? " ohJ''l. f,y 'hlch his lectures
M Ti'"?1 tu tbeniot obtuseand unedu-w-kB.u.t
lh"r continue hre for a
Ut. P erl-j of Leetunw. tlx adrnlt-
unn" u. 'i t"1 0111 rn -aomething of
t mtM.i i ie poet says. The great-
LXifV? nl-tnd In ur
w oort B-lottoa by the naassea.
a-Extmwplenof the Aivkrtisb foraale
A." AU.BSH, t Oty Book btore.
' LODGE DmECTORT.
MARSH'S DOLLAR. ITORE.
This Is an Institution new and novel to our
city : and one which seems to take well, and
give Immense satisfaction. The stranger will
nnd It most any day by the crowd that is al
most constantly at the counter tryinir their
fortune. On entering, you will find back of
the counter on which stands the magic box
of envelopes a tier of shelves twenty feet
long, nuea wnn vaiaaoie Dooks, such as stan
dard works of poetry, history, science, etc.,
worth from one to twelve dollars. On the
counter aretwoshow cases, filled with watch
es, rings, sliver cups, cake baskets, knives,
spoons, etc.. etc. nothing worth less than
one dollar, and many articles worth from t20
to On the left, as you enter, yon will and
as fine a collection of Chromo, Llthograpnlc,
and other pictures, as were ever opened in
this city. A Chromo is the finest picture
made, and Marsh has the finest collection we
ever saw. The most natural scenery, the
loveliest little faces, the most natural duck
lings that ever were made pictures of, may
there le seen. These pictures are all worth
from $.1.00 to 2,00. In the back part of the
.'x i u; tnis or w z j m uuiuui uii.o puw.i un. n
pile of sacks of No. 1 flour, glass-ware, fur
collars mirrors., ciotning. etc., au worm
from $l,r0 to f X.0U. The alove is but an out
line of the stock which is here kept for sale
rarh ariicU far One JkMar. The manner of
selling these artclcsls this": You pay 25 eta.
for an envelope, which you draw from a box;
each envelope contains some article, which
youean have by paying 1 1,00 for it. I f you Don't
want tne article, you new noi laite it, ana
are only out your 25 cts., for which you tried
your luck. It is fair as can be, daily illustra
tions of which are transpiring by men draw
ing watches, sets ofrurs, ana otner articles,
worth from f 10.00 to f.'lo.OO. Go and see him !
It will pay! The Dollat Store is a glorious
Tbo following card was handed us by Mr,
Davis last week, but was accldently omitted :
Paiisoxaoe, Dec 29th.
The undersigned takes this opportunity of
publicly expressing the earnest and neartieii
thanks of himself and family to his many
friends in Brownville nnd vicinity, for the
verv large and liberal donation of money.
goods and provisions, presented him through
the bands or His menu ana Droiner, nr.
Mathews, as a Christinas nnd New l ears girt.
As Christ tells us "it is more blessed to give
than to receive," he feels that a doultle bless
ing has leen secured. That our iteaveuiy
Father rnav b!ss vou. both temporally and
spiritually, is the hearty prayer oi your ooe-
dlent servant, in Christ ana tne enurcn.
. . ItKO. IV. aJAX1.
Rector Christ's Church, Rrownvllle,
MURDER WILL OCT.
And so will the fact that A. May & Co..
must hax-e mid in all that is due them, by
the first nf February. They have sold goods
on a strict cash basis, and now mean It when
they say they mtttt have their wiUtanrfing oe
countu tetth-d'by the first of February, 1870 1 So
come right along!
Money's scarce they say,
. i i.
Anaxery won we kiiww n.
Then surely the best way
Is while your young to go It !
So If you xvish a pair of Roots,
Coat, Vest, or pair of Pants,
The cheapest and thc best you'll find
In stock at Wendtel Grants;
For he has Just receix-ed and opened alarge
and varied stock or Hoots and riocs. oi tne
lest make, and a full stock of good, substan
tial, well mode. Winter Clothing. Go and sec
Call at Hetrel's nnd see thc latest style of
3f ev Signs. H. II. Bryant has, within the
past few xvecks painted quite a number of
very neat plain signs forour business houses.
Ilrvant makes a le:iutlfully proportioned
letter, and a good sign. As a house painter
he is unexcelled.
II. M. Hart, President of the Silver Cornet
Hand, of this City, started Kast yesterday
morning, on a pleasure trip to the scenes of
his liovhood. He goes to Troy, Dayton,
rhiua.and Cincinnati, the pprkopolls of the
xvest whence it is thehonof many of his
warm friends here, he will bring himself a
Tib," and cleaver unto himself for better or
xvorsc for life.
A Conntry newspaper poet says :
"The summer are over, the winter are coming,
No more in the clover the bees Is a humming,
The daisies Is thinning, the buttereus also;
The leaves beginning likewise for to fall so.
The jtales or October blows chill on the panel.
And folks us Is sober Is puttine on flannel.
The storms that Is blowing, the coming and drum-
Say summer are going and winter are coming."
And the largest nnd !est stock of Woolen
i, ii..n,i..ia iiiankets Ijidle Dress
, yi n m, i ........ - ,
Goods, Groceries, etc., etc.. Is at McPherson
- ... m . ll It 1
& Tuttle s, IRi MCl'iierson imock.
Call at Hetxel'a and see the latest style of
gVA3 4fc BROTHER.
This reliable firm of Grocers are st ill alive
to the wants of the public In their line; for
scarce a day passes but they are getting
something Tresh for the public palate, and all
may fool assured that what they buy of them
Is No. 1 in every resieot, and fresh. They are
doing business on a very small margin of
profits; In fact are living up to their motto
of "small profits and large salea"
Watch Repairing scientifically, done,
and good Jewelry nnd Clocks, at Dunn fc
Call at Hetxel'a and sec the lateststyle of
A. W. Morgan, Jr., of Brownville, 63 Main
t imi iniit nnrMinl 'unew and complete
stock 'of Cloths, Caslmersi Vesting, and all
klndsof l'iece tioous. anil ispreparou w mu.e
Gent's Clothing to order In the most fashion
able style. He also keepsafull llneof Ready
Made Clothing, Uals, cups anu ucm s rur
nlshlng Goods. 47-3m
Call at Hetxel's and see the latest style of
Bucks' Brilliant Cook Stove took the Gold
Medial RKx-e the Charter Oak and other corn-
net In ir Stoves, at the New Orleans and St.
Iouis Fairs, in 1SG0. For sale at the Pioneer
Stove store, by.
44-3m J. C. DEUSER.
Good Building Stone. We are now pre
pared to furnish good building stone, in any
quantity. Also, step xiones, noses lor xuou
umentsorTomb Stones. Water Tables, etc,
furnished on 6hort notice and reasonable
terms Loraxce & vakxey,
Call at Hetxel'a and see the latest style of
Dooler'a Baking Powder well deserves
the reputation nttalned, as it is by far the
dosi nn4i cnoiipes. in innrKri. xu imihiiik
powder has ever been manufactured so free
from deleterious substances, and so exactly
froportloned that go4d, sweet, light mils,
dscuits or pastry could be made each time
with success It is always ready for use, re
liable, and requires but alxmt half the quan
tity of any other In market. Will not spoil
in any climate. Grocers everywhere keep it.
Best Doors in the West at J. R. Bell's.
For a good Saddle, go to Souder'a 52 Main
CIGARS at wholesale or retail at A. F,
Conn's Cigar Factory, CI Main street.
23,000 Bushels of Corn
Wanteil In exchange for Dry Gfxsls and
Clothing at A. May & Co. s Dry goods regu
A Good trade Is offered In our advertising
columns, wuicii btc.
All accounts due D. II. Lewis Co. must be
Mid un lmni44liatelr. or they will be placed
n the hands of an ortioer for collect lou. "A
word to thc wise:" save costs.
For a No. 1 Bet of Harness, go to Sonder's.
I' Mul, ut 7-tf
McCreery & Nickel's immence variety.
Blankets. A full line of the very best
Woolen Itlankets in the market, can Iks round
at F. K. Johnson & Co.'s, and are being sold
off at the most reasonable rates.
Respectfully informs his old friends and
the public, that he is prepared to attend all
calls in the line of his profession. Office at
l. li. newis co.'s Drug store. Main street
iirownx uie, ieu. ot-ll
Dry Tine Lumber In all weather at J. R,
Wanted. Corn, Wheat, Oats, Barley and
-2t . . EVAI? WOHTHIN'G.
Heating Stores at cost, at Shelleubcrger
Merchants mnA rMi.f.i. i ,7 4
. . . V ' ri-
m! lie una rmfTnrtlvo ln-tin.. r. tT VT-
- ----- -v m,n nii'iii f f v w
TYK KTllIl V. nnrl UT . A r-t.-cr t itit
LAFAYETTK MILLM. Wlil'fnrnUh shon
ror the latter thee. Address, D. C. Sanders,
I roprletor, Howard, Nemaha county. Neb.
Wanted One good man to do hard xrorfr
I will pay good wages and give steady em
ployment for one year.
Mr. John Weber, from about twenty
miles west of Fremont, Nebraska, called on
Justice Ebrlght, of this city, last Sunday,
and awore out a warrant for the arrest of a
horse thief, by the name of John O'Neal, he
supposed, whom he had traced to this city.
He did not moke the arrest here, because
O'Neal had got Into Missouri before the
warrant could be served.
Improvements. J. W. Henderson Is hav
ing his new Mlllnery and Ladies' Fancy No
tion store shelved up in No. 1 style. He sure
ly Intends opening up on a grand scale.
G. P. Berkley Is having foundation piers
for his new shop delivered on Second-eU, In
the rear of Middleton's saddle shop; and
vows that if the clerk of the weather gives
him a half chance to have it up before spring.
The Rlrer 1 still In a good condition for
crossing, and heavy teams are going to and
fro constantly. It is in better condition for
skating than we ever remember to have seen
May the Regulator protper,
May his cheap light ever shine ;
May his custom still grow larger;
May's fhe trump In the Dry Goods line;
At 'SI Main street.
J. W. Bliss, Regular Licensed Auctioneer.
Sale attended to in the country on reason
able terms. Orders left at the AdvertUtcr
office will receive proper attention. J-6m
Grape Vines. Concords, ? 1.50 per dozen,
310. per hundred, and all other varieties in
proportion. Satisfaction is guarrantecd as
to quality and genuineness of vines.
47-OIU J. W. MIDDLETOX
Eye, Ear and Catarrab. successfully treat
ed, by Dr. Klmberlin. Office over the Post
$1200 Dollars and Expenses I Sec ad
vertisement, or American snu tt lesexving ata,
cnine in our advertising columns.
Patronise Home Industry All kinds
of Marble work can be had nt Neidhardt's
Marble Works In this city, cheaper than it
can be nod elsewhere, .None but the best ma
$33,000,000 is the capital of the Mutual
vis S. Church is their agent at Brownville. It
1 .1 1 i naiiraniv l vmnnnrnr "V put vtrlr .far.
is t lie safest company in the woud to insure
Traveling Baskets for the Ladies.
MeCREERY & NICKEL.
Wanted, by J. Huddart, nt No. 47 Main St.,
Brownville, Neb.. Prairie Chickens, xuails,
Wild Turkeys. &c.. tc. for which I will duv
tne ingnesi niaruei price in casu.
Kegs White IiCol, Just received.
MeCREEHY & NICKEL
FITS! FITS!! FITS!!!
at Alt W. Morgan's Clothing Store.
Corn, Wheat and Oats.
Rnlney A Lewis have removed their office
to Uobt. Teare & Co.'s Store, where they will
pay wie uiiiiiest casu price for urain and otn
Bolts Wall Taper, direct from New York.
MeCREERY & NICKEL.
Wc sell pure goods only.
MeCREERY & NICKEL.
ting done to order at Morgan's Tailor Shop.
Ihax-e now in my yard near 1.00O.OOO
feet of the choicest DRY PINE LDMMF.it. of
every siyie anu uesenpiion, size ami thick
ness. Also iioors. Sash. Blind. Mouldings.
etc. Dry Pine Shingles. Lath and Pickets.
In fact, anything in the building line, wh:ch
warrant A No. 1 in every rexneet. nnl on
which I do not propose to le undersold, for
cash, by any man west of the Missouri river.
I invite nil who need nnvthinir in mv line in
give me a call, knowing that I can outfit them
witii goou material, nt thc fairest rates.
J. It. BELL,
Cor. Water A First Streets,
NTJ Lumber delivered within the city
AJsllmlts, FREE OF CHARGE.
WILL YOIT TRADE T
I xvlll trndfi llentlnir Ktnro, nt ondi r.yta
for Corn, Wood or Fence Posts. '
The Catholic Prifii fmm r,1i.4ii i. .
- ....... aixi-ri. ii. t " ILL
the residence of Tlin Mef -liiiri.ii.i.r 4.. .1,1..
- - - - - i.i.a.ii, ,11 turn
city, on thelGth.toholdC'iitliolieservlee. All
...I ui iiiuitii uuu tne puunc. are
Whitman t. Krlrt.p. nnti.ni n
their New Meat Market, Me Fa 11 A Co.'s old
Kiuim, uuveaiMiiyson nand tnecnoicest meat
the country affords; and you will And it out
Un ill irood stvlr nent flvnn nH t.iwt.- n..
them a mil.
Berber's Allumlira. 'n 17 xrntn.ct i
now tne tip-top Salcxn of the city. It' is
ni up in very neni style; and imuibexsor
the ardent will find thfr thn "
concocted in the very best style. Tom-and-Jerry,
F;gg-Nogg,and all drinks in their sea
son. PrlTate medical aid, read Dr. Whitticr's
Sash and BlindsFull stock at J. R,
Corrected weekly for the Adx-ertiserby
MAY'S DRY GOODS A CLOTHING REGULATOR
Tlie Market this week shows a
Business Coats from frKji 10.
HiislneHK Suits. s.
Casiniere, from $Ui i-X
ests from 75 cm. to fl Z
Overshfrts, from 7" cts. to fx
Undershirts, from 73 cts. to fi
DRY GOODS MARKET.
Corrected weekly for the Advertiser by
MAY'S DRY GOO DS A CLOTH I NG REGULATOR
Calico, lOcfi lie.
Bleached, IOcVt 31.
Cotton Delaine, 233.
All Wool Delaine, 37c.
BaImoral"Skirts, fl 75tnf2 50.
A REGULAR GRADUATE OF
li. MEDICINE, ns diploma at Offiee will
show, has been longer engaged in the treatment
of Vexkreal, sicxrAi. and Privatk Diseas
es than any other physician in St. Louis.
Syphilis, Gonorrha?, Gleet, Strictnre. Orchittls,
Hernia, and Rupture; all urinary Diseases and
Sx-philitio or Mercurial AlUicnions of Throat,
Skin or Bone, are treated with unparaliellcd
lSHrmntorrhea, Sexual Dehhllity and Impo
tency, as the result of self ahime In youth, sexu
al excess in maturer yenrs, or other causes, and
which produce some of the .following effects, as
N"4ieturnal Emissions, blotches, ilebillty, diui-nt-w.
dimness of sight, confusion 4f ideas, evil
fureboilinipi, aversion to society of females, hiss
of memory and sexual pewer. and renlering
Eisiriage improper, are permanently cured.
The lKictor's opportunities in hospital and
private practice are unsunse'l in iU Louis or
any other city. Back til44 of Nt, Louis papers
prox-e that he has been located here longer than
any other so advertising. The establishment,
library, laboratory nnd appointments, are un
rivalled In the xx-eit, unsiirnHed anywhere.
Age. wijh exerieiK-e can be relied upon, anu
the doctor can reler lomany pliysiciuns tiirougli
out tlie country. In mst suocesa and j)rtent
position hesUuids without a competitor.
The Writinr" of a Physician rhoe rep
atation is I'nion-wble nhouiU
be. worth readinc.
TVx-roa Wh ittikr pubiixhes a Mrtilral rtimph
Iff relating to venereal diseases and the dsas
t rous and varied "onsuence of self-abuse that
will be sent to any address in a sealel envelope
for two stamps. Many physicians Introduce pa
tients to the doctor after reading his medical
pHinptilet. C'onununiOHtioHs conSdentiaL A
friendly talk will cor you nothing. Otlice cen
tral, yet retireil No. C17 St, Charles street, St.
bonis. Mo. Hours aju. to 7 p-m. Sundax-s 12
W. M. "YETH & CO.,
Wholesale Dealer In
HARDWARE & CUTLERY
No. 6 South Third, bet. Felix A Edmond 8ta
ST. jaSEPIL MO. .
HARNESS, Skirting, and all kinds
of Saddles. leather. Bridles. Hardware
Ac, constantly on bnnd. Agents for Dltson's Circu-
lar Sjiws and Marvin sates. l-yj
Advertising Agents, Chicago,
BArt tuVuirixrd ta receive Adver
1 heementt far Out paper, at mtr lotottt
rata, and are Aprntt far all AnJK
I pert in the U.S. and Jbritnrif.
' Opposite the Depot,
PIIELJPS CXXY, MO,
" W.' M. STEVENS, Pkopbiztob.
As good accommodations and good stabling are
offered as can he oaa in me w est,. i-xviyj
J. A. PIXER.
T. R. BEYNOIJ
PI NER&REYXOLDS, Proprietors
Eight street, two blocks from R. R. Depot,
. ST. JOSEPH, MO. 451y
WOOLWORTH & COLT, .
And Dealers In
PAPER HANGINGS, AND
No. 12, 2d St, St. Joseph. Mo.
CASH PAID FOB RA OS!
J. ' PFEIFFERS'
Corner Sixth and St. Charles Streets,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Dealer in Lime, Hair and
PLASTER, WHITE SAND, FIRE BRICK,
Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac. ll-45Iy
n. .1. co.vsT.mijjE,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
I 3X PORTE It .
WHOLESALE AND REAIL DEALEIt IN
Iron, Steel, and Heavy
I7 AGON;CarTiaffe,and Plow Works,
t Agricultural Iinplemeiits.Sprlngs.Ax
els. Axes, Shovels. Spades, Files. Rasps, Chains,
Carriage and Tire Bolts. Nuts anil Washers. Nails,
Horse and Mule Shoes, Saws, Castings and Ifollow-
are. Sugar Kettles, Andirons. skUlew and L,lds,
Stew Pots, Jiake Ovens, Fruit Kettles and Sad Irons.
BLACItSMITII'S TOOLS :
Anvils, Stocks and I)le. Bellows, Sle1ge and
Hand Hummers, Vices, Pincers, Rasps, itrriers
Knivro, Tire Iron, Ac.
Ox Yokes. AxleOren.se. Ox Chains. Wneon Jacks,
Ox Shoe Nails, bhovels, Picks, etc. RuIjh, Spokea
ana iieiii-siuit. .
Agricultural Implements :
PLOWS, Fgle Mowers. McCormlck's
Reapers and Mowers, Kailers Jtorse
torn Planters. Milky Corn Cultivators.
nanu corn biieiiers, nay itaKes, etc., et.
Buying my goods direct from manufacturers
I offer x-cry irreat inducement- to
Is fully prepared to do all kinds of
Urn amenta! JPainting,
Gnildlng, Glazing, Paperhanglng, fcc.
ALWAYS READY. NEVER FAILS
Easily carried weighs " Bs. filled. Eleht esllons
In the Engine cliarguil with Carhonic Acid Gas,
equal 101.1 linos. 01 xommon xvaiert
Chanced in .'JO sH,onds! Can be r?chanrel In 1
minute! Throxx-s HQ leet ! Puts out burniim Kero
sene, enzoic, iur,vc.
EVERY F'VRMFR SIIOt'LD HAVE ONE.
EVERY BUILDER SHOULD HAVE ONE.
Mf SA VES ITS COST JX INSCRAXCZ.
LOCK STITCH REVERSIBLE FEED
THE ONLY OlVIiJ
Capable of Serving tn More than one
Fastening- all Its own Seams,
WITHOUT STOPPING THE MACIIIXh
or turning tiii: cloth.
It USES and WASTES LESS THREAD than any
other, and will commence nseam without
holding the ends of the thread.
GOODS EQUALLY AS WELL.
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, MACHINER SOLD SINCE 18C1.
&B Send for Reports and Circulars.
WM. E. I'li lXT, General Agent,
oia NORTH FOURTH ST.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
J. IV. HENDERSON, Brofrn-rille. Neb.
Everybody's Lawyer and
BOOK OF FORMS. "
It Is a Ijiw Library Condensed !
It is the latest ami best work ontt
It Is the most relinble ex-er issueil!
It is alike snltwi to all the States I
It is equal to every legal xntingency !
It Is an Instructive book for the family!
It is a ready reference book for all classes!
It Is the plainest, simplest and most compact !
It is, in short, "the people's great form book !
To cap the climax. It Li the cheapest book before
the ponle !
"THE K.Xfl OF STOCK BOOKS." 1.200 pages,
Snoillustmtions. All about the history and varieties
crossing. breeling, fef-dlng. and management, dis
eHsesnnd their remedies, of the horse, cattle, sheen,
swine, iwultry. Ac In cheapness and fullness, it
has no rival. Farmers will buy It before any other
-THE NEW MAP WONDER" for every sub
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"J-lt GOODSPEKD A CO., Chicago.
The Brownville Transfer Line,
. Under the management of
le sow Running Regnlir Ommbusses from
Brownville to tlie Railroad Terminus
of the Conncil Eluffi and St. Joseph Railroad,
At North. Star, IIo.,
Two Xllei from Brownrille and North Star Ferry
Good Omnibnsses. Close Con&ctkonr
Cliarees Moderate. 80-tf
Peru Livery Stable.
Dealer In . i t
AA IviiKlw oF Stock.
Ilorses Eougtit, Sold, or Excluuiged.
tocfc Hoarded by the Day or Week.
MY STABLES are stocked with good Ilorwn nnrl
buggies. Porsons wishing ctiax-eyanc to anv por
tion of the Nemaha Land District can be accommo
dated. The ...
Peru & Broxmville Coach
Leaves my Stables every morning-nt 10 o'clock A.
M. Passengers or packages safolr convired. Or
ders left with the Postmasters will be promptly at
tended ta.-' 12-31 -yl
Hare the Largest Stock, and Make the Lowest Prices.
COZEZLnT SHBLLEBS I
LIST OF PRICES, COMPLETE WITH POWER:
Four Hole Sholler and Tower, either belted or geared with double ncVor ,
Four Hole Sheller and Power, either belled or geared with "eight foot" elevator , ,, -
Four Hole Sheller and Power, either belted or
Six nole Sheller and Power complete, either
Two Hole Self Feed Sheller, with single sacker, two-horse power. Jack and drive rope
Two Hole Self Feed Sheller, with single sacker, two-horse power, geared ....
Two Hole Hand Feed Sheller (or "Farmer's Sheller") with one-horso power, Jack and rope......
eCTMV MDLTDIUL IMPLEMENTS ! I
(2 . . FIRST STREET,
A. L. RICH.
NEW ADBHNISTRATI0N AT THE
EICH & GILMOEE,
Successors to W. H. SMALL,
DEALERS AXD JOBBERS IX
Such, as Coffees, Sugars, Teas, Molasses. Symps, Flour, Bacon, Fish, Dried
Beef, Salt, Coal Oil, Tobacco, Cigars, Clieese. Dried and Green Fruits, Con
foctionaries of all Kinds, Wooden Ware, &c.
In connection with the above they keep constantly on hand a large supply of feed,
COR., OATS, IJIIAA, SHORTS, &C.
All Goods Sold at Prices that Defy Competition.
; Highest Market Price paid for all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Reduced Prices lo suit the Times, Smnll Profits and Folr Pealing, Is their invariable rule.
Goods will be sold to Country Merchants In either large or small bills and at extremely low
A FRESH SUPPLY OF GROCERIES JUST RECEIVED AT THE RED
ii. SlOItF. McPherson Brick, north side of Main Street, In thc room formerly occupied
by W. II. Small.
?,-tf R5CII & GILJIORE.
WW s4jaUUi K-m
We have on hand a large
To which we are making co
we are selling at Prices as
In the Quality of our Goods
FLOUR OF THE MOST
- "Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Mtra, allies, mm, m.
ITo. 74 Main St
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G -A- Jr6
Main Street, McPherson Block, Brownville,
geared with "ten foot" elevator. . .
belted or geared with ci$;ht or ten foot elevator.
A. H. GILLMORE.
EJUIW oUi UUUUUUI
and well assorted stock of
nstant additions, and which
j low as any House west of
WE DEFY COMPETITION.
PRICE PAIS FOR
SWVIV &i BRO.
and Iotail Dealer? in
F A Tisflp.l
rXRIVALtEO STOCK OF ELEGAXT
Fall Winter OI tMij
J" S. HETZEL'S
One Price Clothing House !
No. 70 Main Street.
S75,0 0 0 VORTil OF ClOIIIISifi!
HATS, CAPS, EOOTS, SHOES, AND
These goods were selected by Iiimself in
New York, for this market, and are un
doubtedly the most reliable goods of the
kind ever offered in this or any other mar
Mr. Hetzel's experience in this busi
nessover 15 years enables him to select
his goods Avith more judgement, for good
material and make, than the great majori
ity of dealers in Clothing.
These goods have all been purchased for
Cash, at a very low margin, and enables
him to sell them very Low for Cash.
Few persons once dealing with Hetzel
but will always deal there, because his deal
ings are fail and above board. He has but
One If vice.
His stock comprises all t
Fine and Fashionable OFi.w K1
j. j xi ngf.ir the-?.racon,:G?riu fair, 'i
uvtjrj respect to uie
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